SF gets $9.5M for AIDS research 

San Francisco is getting a $9.5 million grant to expand The City’s ability to provide cutting-edge HIV/AIDS research.

Mayor Gavin Newsom on Tuesday announced that The City’s Department of Public Health is getting the one-time grant through federal stimulus dollars to renovate new and existing research space and create meeting space for communities to guide research efforts.

The City will spend the next eight months designing, with construction expected to begin in the Spring of 2011.

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